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Monkey Island

Disclaimer: If you were expecting droll, dry RV blog type stuff like what I ate for supper last night and who stopped by for cinnamon rolls, you missed the boat this week. You best go run your traps elsewhere if you are cravin’ some ‘o’ that.   The following contains no RV content.

Just sayin’………

I have tried every way I can think of to explain to my personal millenials just how it was growing up in rural West Tennessee in the early 60’s.  Before the internet of things you know;  when everything you knew or did happened within a

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One Year and One Year

A Hound of the Puckerbrush at home

Vela Von – Hound of the Puckerbrush – is one year old.
I have been on this gate 24/7 for one year straight.

The arrival of more agreeable weather is welcomed.  Most evenings now Vela Von and I set out until well after Saturn turns bright in the southwest sky.  She enjoys playing unbounded as a dog is wont to do and I enjoy the pleasure of a good pipe.

Just for the hell of it I checked back to what I had going on two years ago and

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You are done Old Horse

Motorola Razr (styled RAZR, pronounced “razor”) is a series of mobile phones by Motorola, part of the 4LTR line. They were first developed in July 2003 and were released in the market in the third quarter of 2004. The V3 was the first and main phone of the series.

Motorola Razr v3 – mine

I am a fan of the Motorola Razr flip phone; I just am.   I think I got my first one in 2005 or thereabouts; so lets’ just call it 10 years.  At some point Motorola decided to move on and quit supporting the little phone. 

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Black Bart

30 minutes to destination

It is 4pm and the outside temp is 102.7 degrees. 53% humidity and a steady wind out of the south-south east at 15 to 20mph. It is hard to describe but the wind feels like a blowtorch on exposed skin. The water truck did a drive by 30 minutes ago to lay down the dust but it is already foggin’ again.  A load of frac sand pulls up and the driver says “Man, y’all are some kind of back in here!”  Umm, not so much I think to myself.  7 miles to the hard road;

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